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Quantity Surveyor

Job description

Quantity Surveyor

Do you want to work for one of Ireland’s leading renewable energy efficiency companies driving the energy transformation?


Our client provides a wide range of cost-effective and sustainable energy solutions for public, industrial, commercial, agricultural customers working across both Ireland and Northern Ireland.

Due to continued growth, our client is seeking to hire a Quantity Surveyor reporting to the Senior Contracts Manager.


Location: Waterford

Objectives of the Job:

This is a hands-on role including the on-site commercial aspect of systems nationwide. Travel within Ireland is a requirement of the role.

You will be joining an open and honest work environment in one of the fastest growing sectors in the world. You will get the flexibility and responsibility to deliver your projects, on time and to budget, as you see fit. You will get to be part of a company actively helping the country meet its climate targets and be responsible for installing real renewable energy assets for customers while doing your bit for the environment.


Key Duties & Responsibilities

  • Take over the commercial terms and conditions (T&C) from the sales team.

  • Set up and upload the commercial performance targets in the Company system.

  • Manage the sales invoice to the client on time as per agreed T&C with Accounts Receivable.

  • Manage and verify the contractor’s project-related invoices to the Company with the accounts.

  • Assist the procurement team to source cost-effective resources (material, equipment & contractor).

  • Work proactively with the project teams to ensure the commercial performance targets are being met.

  • Give feedback to the project team on the commercial aspects related to the billing and cost.

  • Share lessons learnt from the projects to the project team and sales for future pricing.

  • Collating and updating project profitability reports from multiple projects on regular basis.

  • Attendance at site for client’s meetings, site walkdowns or work inspections.

  • Manage the client relationship.

  • Develop the Company commercial procedures and documents.

  • Share knowledge and impart skills to other team members.

  • Assist in any other duties which may encompass the role.


Experience and Qualifications

  • Third Level Degree or equivalent in education and experience.

  • Minimum 5 years’ experience.

  • Work with multiple projects/sites experience.

  • Contracting service experience.

  • ME contractor experience would be an advantage.

  • Understanding of NEC contracts would be an advantage.

  • Knowledge of renewable energy sector would be an advantage.



*Available upon successful completion of a probationary period.

I am keen to have an initial discussion with anyone who feels this could potentially be of interest. Please contact us at Anderson McQue by sending an up-to-date CV via the link provided to speak further about this opportunity.


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